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i'm striving to read more about a variety of subjects, but i often gravitate towards texts about education and childhood, culture, and literature. β”Š prev.

β€” β€β€β€Ž β€Žβ€β€β€Ž π‘—π‘Žπ‘›π‘’π‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘¦

  • on beginning this new year with gratitude ⟑
  • on using books to create safe community spaces ⟑
  • on finding awe amid the splendor of our everyday life ⟑
  • on the healing power of introducing students to nature ⟑
  • on using journaling as a tool of construction of a life archive ⟑

β€” β€β€β€Ž β€Žβ€β€β€Ž π‘“π‘’π‘π‘Ÿπ‘’π‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘¦

  • on education beyond the limits of method and instruction ⟑
  • on disasters commoving the promise of human cooperation ⟑
  • on teaching poems with the most bewildering language ⟑
  • on self-authorship and the narratives we tell about ourselves ⟑
  • on seeking small joys between the shadows of loss ⟑

β€” β€β€β€Ž β€Žβ€β€β€Ž π‘šπ‘Žπ‘Ÿπ‘β„Ž

  • on learning how to recuperate your love for being alive ⟑
  • on childhood and childcare in the medieval ages ⟑
  • on how emily dickinson theorized the intelligence of plants ⟑
  • on the author who brought the montessori method into fiction ⟑
  • on the daily life of a tree and the creatures that call it home ⟑

β€” β€β€β€Ž β€Žβ€β€β€Ž π‘Žπ‘π‘Ÿπ‘–π‘™

  • on how children’s books are the key to social advancement ⟑
  • on the importance of unproductive activities for a good life ⟑
jan 1 2023 ∞
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